MA English First Year Syllabus 2018

First Year Syllabus of MA English

 

Appendix A: Outline of MA English Part I Papers

Paper No. Paper Name Marks
Paper I Classical Poetry 100
Paper II Drama 100
Paper III Novel 100
Paper IV Prose 100
Paper V American Literature 100

Total Marks: 500

 

Appendix B: Books & subject names of MA English Part I Papers

 

Paper I: (Classical Poetry)

1. Chaucer The Prologue
2. Milton Paradise Lost Books I & IX
3. Donne Love/Divine Poems
4. Pope The Rape of the Lock.
5. Wyatt: The Long Love That in My Thought Doth Harbor
Whose List to Hunt
Madam Withouen Many Words
They Flee from Me.
Is it Possible Forget Not Yet
What should I say Stand who so list
6. Surrey My Friend the Things That Do Attain Love
That Doth Reign and Live Within My Thought
So Cruel Prison
Wyatt Resteth Here

Paper II: (Drama)

1. Sophocles Oedipus Rex
2. Marlowe Dr. Faustus
3. Shakespeare Othello
The Winter’s Tale
4. Wilde The Importance of Being Earnest

Paper III: (Novel)

1. Trollope Barchester Towers
2. Jane Austen Pride & Prejudice
3. G. Eliot Adam Bede
4. Dickens A Tale of Two Cities
5. Hardy The Return of the Native

Paper IV: (Prose)

1. Bacon Essays:
Of Truth
Of Death
Of Revenge
Of Adversities
Of Simulation and Dissimulation
Of Parents and Children
Of Great Place
Of Nobilitie
Of Superstition
Of Friendship
Of Ambition
Of Studies
2. Jonathan Swift Gulliver’s Travels
3. Bertrand Russell Unpopular Essays
4. Edward Said Only the introduction to the book entitled “Culture and Imperialism”
5. Seamus Heaney Only the essay “The Redress of Poetry” from the book entitled The Redress of Poetry.

Paper V: (American Literature)

Poetry
1. Adrienne Rich Diving into the Wreck
Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers
Final Notation
Gabriel
2. Sylvia Plath Ariel
Morning Song
Poppies in October
The Bee Meeting
The Arrival of the Bee Box

3. Richard Wilbur Still Citizen Sparrow
After the last Bulletin
Marginalia
4. John Ashbury Melodic Train
Painter

Drama

1. O’Neil Mourning becomes Electra (only the First of the Trilogy which is titled ‘The Home Coming’ is included in the M.A. Syllabus)
2. Miller The Crucible

Novel

1. Ernest Hemingway For whom the Bell Tolls
2. Toni Morrison Jazz

 

 

Note: Comparing American education with ours, I would say this: a student is taken by the hand and conducted on all courses and subjects, while studying at an American university, the student goes all the way himself and as a result is much more prepared for “adult life” and professional activities. Are there any positive aspects in our education compared to the American one? I must admit that there is. For example, teaching foreign languages ​​at universities is much higher in level and quality than in America. This is the problem that most Americans do not speak any language other than English. This is not because they do not want to learn other languages, but because they are poorly taught. I myself had to compare our teaching with them when I took the course of French for the sake of interest. In addition, many students complained that they learn only grammar in foreign lessons, as a result they can conjugate verbs at the right time using a table, but they can not say anything. Remember Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, who never received higher education precisely because they were not sure that this is what they want to do, and did not want to waste money “for nothing”. As a result, most university graduates, even if they do not like their profession, seriously want to do it and, because they took it seriously during the whole training, are issued by good specialists. What can not be said about many of our students who go to study only because “it’s so necessary” and many of whom openly say that they are not interested in the specialty, and they study only because their parents so want. As a result, they leave the universities with full zeros.

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